Ruminations and recipes from a small kitchen in a big city.


Pumpkin detective required.

They grew from seeds that survived the compost, so I don't know their varieties, apart from the Queensland Blue Heeler. No, wait ... that's a dog.


Dr. Alice said...

Is that...VEGEMITE I see up there on the top shelf??? :D

Lovely pumpkins! Are they difficult to cook, and what do you do with leftover pumpkin (some of those look pretty big)?

kitchen hand said...

Yes Dr. Alice, Vegemite reigns supreme in the larder. They're not hard to cook: boil or roast and eat plain, mash with potato, fold into risotto, bake into scones, pies etc.